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LITS staff help Bryn Mawr faculty, students and staff use Moodle, the College's learning management system (LMS), for courses and organizations. Moodle can be used to quiz, survey, share materials with, and communicate with a closed-membership group, such as a class.

Built-in features such as Choice (a sign-up/polling feature), Assignment, Scheduler, and Gradebook can automate some aspects of course management, and teachers can set up course wikis, discussion forums, blogs and chats to foster communication and collaboration.  

Getting Started

Course "shells" (or empty web sites) are automatically created each semester for courses listed in BIONIC. Instructors of record for a course in BIONIC are given the role of Teacher, and students who enroll in the course through BIONIC are automatically enrolled as "Registered Students" in the Moodle course site. 

Faculty, students and staff can request a Moodle site for organizations and ad-hoc groups at: (Moodle log-in required)


  • Answers to frequently asked Moodle questions are available on our Tech Documentation site:
  • For extensive documentation of Moodle features, see Moodle 3.4 Docs
  • For video tutorials, check out the Learning Moodle 3.4 series, available through
  • Need additional help? Click Help with Moodle to contact our Educational Technology Services team.


Moodle is available to all Bryn Mawr College faculty, students, and staff at

Faculty and students from Haverford, Swarthmore and other colleges who are teaching or enrolled in a Bryn Mawr course will also have access to Bryn Mawr's Moodle while they are enrolled or teaching:

  • Haverford faculty and students should log on to Haverford's Moodle site ( and click the Bryn Mawr College Moodle link.
  • Faculty and students from other colleges should log on to using the Bryn Mawr College username and password that you were issued. If you do not have or do not remember this username and password, contact the Help Desk.


Use of Moodle is subject to the College's Acceptable Use Policy.